For the love of Sydney

It’s up early and into Waterloo for breakfast at Mojo by Luke Mangan. Brooklyn style warehouse meets nightclub sounds like the perfect breakfast spot to us.



Cool to chat with dessert queen Katherine Sabbath at her pop up dessert bar and tuck into all her delicious naughtiness for breaky.


It’s easy to have fun and spend a decent few hours here, the place is packed for the breakfast party and we make some new buds, the lovely Astrid behind @paperplayground and her husband. We lose another couple of hours chatting with them and their two adorable kids. I’m a big believer that sometimes you are just meant to meet people.

We rolled out of Mojo and headed for the Grounds of Alexandria, an indoor / outdoor hub featuring coffee, food, blooms, patisseries, farm animals and fun for the whole family. I was able to get a bunch of Rainbow Roses; they seem to becoming more popular now but were so hard to find in Melbourne.


As we find a supermarket, it’s time to stock up on some tucker to snack on over the next few days. Before heading back to Bondi we stopped off at Sydney’s Botanical gardens via the iconic Coca Cola sign. The views from the botanical gardens were delightful and such a peaceful place to sit and relax.



Getting back to Bondi late in the day we decided to stop off at Mad Pizza, the last time I was here it was a super fun night out with the girls. This time around the night out looks a little different with a babe in my tummy.


We did the walk around Hall Street and treated ourselves to Messina. Melbourne City is playing soccer so we settle in at home to watch the game.. x

Anna Owens is the founder of ownsit! A mama working in Community Development and Partnerships Education. Anna is a colour crazy, creativity enthusiast who loves to design, collect shoes, eat & travel.. x

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